Wednesday, November 14, 2018
By Omoleye Omoruyi Apart from the ambitious Light Rail Project of the Lagos State Government, an ongoing Transport Interchange Project will surely alleviate traffic congestion that has been a major problem in the state. The Interchange - with one almost completed...
By Omoleye Omoruyi You will never be able convert a sceptic who already doubts the seriousness of Nigeria’s health institutions to deliver good and affordable health care if you made him pass through LUTH gate. It is in a complete...
by Chinedu Okafor Citizens in Lagos has express worry over the continued neglect of some areas by the Lagos state government, some of which are now shadows of what they used to be. The fact that there is no genuine...
by Chinedu Brown Lagos is currently like a ship without a sailor, this may not be unconnected to the recent political struggle in the state, where the sitting governor for the first time since 1999 was not given the required...
by Opeoluwa Quadri Osun state received a total of N45bn from the FG as statutory allocation from June 2015 to July 2018 Between June and December 2015, N40.42bn was allocated to the state from federal allocation. Federal Allocation from FG to...
There is congestion, that is why there is traffic, Now Lagos has two ports, the Apapa Port and the Tin can island port, but we have four other ports, we have the warri port in Delta state, we have...
by Chinedu Brown From city to slum, Satellite town has become a shadow of what it use to be, a sordid relic of the past. A painful reminder of how the performance of government, in terms of provision of basic...
by Ajadi Daniel The Lagos light rail project is taking too long to come. Initiated in 2008, the project is supposed to address the transportation challenges experienced in the state, linking the mainland with the island, as well as the...
by Chinedu Brown The Lagos light rail project which has been touted to be the flagship of light rail projects in the country now has a new completion date, 2022. This is according to a statement by the Managing Director...
by Opeoluwa Quadri Alagbole flyover was started seven years ago according to residents, the project like the other four similar projects was supposed to take 24 months to complete, but even now, it is yet to see the light of...

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